"Rinse, Repeat" is a new play that conveys the painful truth about confronting a disorder that is often met with denial from both the patient and the people that love them. More…
Rachel hasn’t been home in four months. After fighting for her life at Renley, a trial weekend has been agreed upon. At first, Rachel couldn’t be happier to be reunited with her family. But what happens when the people you love most, the ones you believe want the best for you, are the ones causing the most damage without even knowing it? Where do you go when the place you feel you most belong might be the place that almost killed you in the first place? "Rinse, Repeat" sharply conveys the painful truth about a woman's fight for her life in the face of an eating disorder.
ADVISORIES: This play contains nudity. Recommended for ages 15 and up.
See it if You like intense drama about serious topics. The illness is sure well "represented" through this powerful piece. Well done!
Don't see it if You couldn't care less about eating disorder. As the playwright said, maybe you didn't look hard enough...
See it if You want to see a well acted play about dysfunctional families and want to see a play about a topic that is rarely portrayed on stage
Don't see it if You want to see something light. Subject of eating disorders might hit too close to home.
See it if You would like greater insight into eating disorders and the family environments that breed them.
Don't see it if The theme doesn’t interest you. If you don’t like dysfunctional family dramas.
See it if you're ready for a great, but intense show. Excellent writing/acting which shine light on a serious issue and really hold your attention.
Don't see it if you're uncomfortable with tough issues like eating disorders and the family situations which create them.
See it if Material about a very important issue that doesn’t get talked about, you want to learn about eating disorders, lovely careful performances
Don't see it if If eating disorders is a triggering topic for you but this show doesn't glorify it, if you're looking for humor, this Isn't the play for you
See it if you like well-acted dramas regardless of the subject matter. This one happens to be about an eating disorder & the resulting family dynamic.
Don't see it if dramas about serious health conditions make you uncomfortable or full nudity (even when done to excellent dramatic effect) makes you uneasy.
See it if you can empathize with an upscale hyper-competitive family dealing with a daughter's anorexia.
Don't see it if you cannot fathom that people with eating disorders are not easily cured.
See it if This is what going to the theatre is about. Seeing a gripping story with good dialogue and wonderful acting.
Don't see it if This doesn't happen often so by means see this play before it closes.
See it if you are interested in seeing a show that explores how food issues, body image, and family dynamics intertwine.
Don't see it if if you are not a fan of shows that deal with eating disorders.
See it if See it if your ok w/ family problem not always discussed, how we relate to food— eating disorders, good acting but know script needs work
Don't see it if If you want a happy musical
See it if psychological reasons for overt behavior, esp. relating to eating disorders, piques your curiosity!
Don't see it if family dramas regarding serious issues that be painful as well as hopeful don't interest you!
See it if you are interested in the rarely-discussed but prevalent subject of disordered eating. That the playwright plays herself is powerful.
Don't see it if you seek something light and fun. This is serious and painful yet illuminates an important subject. I wanted more nuance in the parents.
See it if You want to witness a new work from a riveting young actor/playwright, who does not shirk from presenting uncomfortable truths and details.
Don't see it if Feraud can over-explain and contextualize at times. This may be the price of seeing a dauntingly precocious first work. It’s worth it.
See it if Important topic of eating disorders by young playwright & actress; good acting; kept my interest. A bit obvious, but good play, well done.
Don't see it if don't like serious topics of illness or family disfunction.
See it if you don't look for entertainment - this is not a feel-good play. You'll walk away satisfied if you appreciate intense, character-driven work
Don't see it if you can't stomach intense and difficult interpersonal relationship, deep and honest look at a misunderstood disease, or wince at nudity,
See it if you're interested in yet another dysfunctional family drama centered on women and anorexia, its genesis and impact on family dynamics.
Don't see it if you can't stomach another overly ambitious play about a privileged disconnected family.
See it if It’s a well written and performed play, similar to Ordinary People, where we unfold the complexity of the characters and subject matter.
Don't see it if It’s not a comedy, and it’s very good. Don’t see it if you just want to laugh all night. There is no reason not to see it.
See it if You like small productions with powerful acting; you’re Interested in how families cope with food disorders; intimate venue.
Don't see it if You’re offended by nudity and profanity; you don’t like plays about family dynamics and/or food disorders.
See it if If you are young and uncomplicated
Don't see it if If you don't like shallow characters that are abundantly chliched. or want to squirm when you can't escape because there is no intermission
See it if you want unerring honesty about eating disorders but most important, actors inhabiting these roles to perfection. flawless production.
Don't see it if If you long for CATS to come back to Broadway.
See it if An important topic that rarely gets attention in the theater. Starts slow but the family scenes are great. Impressive young playwright/actor
Don't see it if Emotional dysfunctional family dramas are not your thing.
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